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Georgia Southern to debut new program in School of Human Ecology in Fall 2020

With support from the College of Education, the Georgia Southern University School of Human Ecology will debut the Birth to Kindergarten Teacher Education Program, which will be housed on the Armstrong Campus in Savannah. The program is the only one of its kind in South Georgia, and classes will begin in the 2020 fall semester.

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Masters of Applied Economics most affordable online program

Georgia Southern University has the most affordable online Master’s in Economics for 2019 according to SR Education Group.

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Fall Exhibition 1

Georgia Southern senior art exhibition on Armstrong Campus runs through Oct. 25, reception closing night

“Collective Illusions,” a senior art exhibition in Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus Fine Arts Gallery that features the work of Kelsey Jacobs, Christina Davis and Samuel Colon, is currently on display and will run through Oct. 25. On closing night, there will be a reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with artist talks at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will serve food and refreshments.

Parker Talks series to feature former CEO of LexisNexis

Andrew Prozes, former CEO of risk solutions company LexisNexis, will discuss how ones’ identity is increasingly important in the world of finance and technology during the second Parker Talks series hosted by the Parker College of Business at Georgia Southern University.

Georgia Southern only university named 2019 Project Play Champion

Georgia Southern only university named 2019 Project Play Champion

Georgia Southern is the only university and one of 20 organizations nationwide to be selected as a 2019 Project Play Champion by the Aspen Institute’s Sports and Society Program. Launched in 2013, Project Play focuses on developing, applying and sharing knowledge that helps build healthy communities through sports.